David E. explains why Vintage on Magic Online is way underplayed, offering a crash course on its rules of engagement. Be warned: here there be dragons.
Sig remains a net seller, and this week he considers selling some cards at a loss. Selling at a loss isn’t always bad if the reasons for doing so are sound.
While Sig sold his Alpha cards shortly after Magic 30 Las Vegas, he’s continued monitoring pricing trends. Lately, a few eBay auctions have piqued his interest.
“Everything is bigger in Texas.” Sig’s Spring Break family vacation offered new inspiration for this week’s article: a look at valuable oversized cards.
With Lord of the Rings on the horizon, Joe a.k.a. Beardy has one piece of advice he needs us to take to the bank… whatever you do, DON’T preorder the set!
Last weekend, a friend declared that he sold out of Magic. Sig’s first reaction was…envy!? He explores five reasons selling out of Magic can be net positive.
Joe aka “Beardy” talks about his modern-day trade for a Revised Edition dual land. Is it still possible to get chase reserved list cards on the cheap?
Commander has been steaming along at a breakneck pace, with more new cards than ever. Joe aka “Beardy” asks whether the changes actually improve the format.
Joe aka “Beardy” looks back at 2022, and talks about where Commander and Magic are heading in 2023. Will Magic even be recognizable given the way it’s going?
Defining Pioneer has eluded David E. for most of the year, but applying the manabase lens reveals the format’s true identity… and that of the others.
Wall St. and the Magic community were roiled on Monday by the downgrade of Hasbro’s stock. Today we break down what happened and weigh in with our perspectives.
Sig dives into the vendor dynamics at Magic 30: pictures of hotlists, high-end cards for sale, and insights from his interactions with some vendors.
Today Sig launches a series of Magic 30 post-event coverage articles, starting with overall takeaways from the convention, and teasers of many topics to come.